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Mentors:

Oguz Sunnay (ONF)

Sarabjot Singh (XRAN.org)

Brigade Leads:

Dimitris Mavrommatis (ONF)

Brigade Members:

Sanjana Agarwal (ONF)

What is xRAN?

xRAN.org was formed to develop, standardize and promote a software-based, extensible Radio Access Network (xRAN) and to standardizing critical elements of the xRAN architecture. The xRAN architecture transforms today’s static, highly proprietary RAN infrastructure into an extensible, software-based service delivery platform capable of rapidly responding to changing user, application and business needs.

Brigade Goals:

  • Implement an ONOS integrated application that follows the xRAN.org’s reference architecture specification for a RAN controller.

Brigade Status:

  • Released a xRAN controller application in Sep 2017 supporting the v3 of the xRAN.org’s specification.

  • Partial support of the northbound functionalities specified in the specification

  • Use cases demo’ed in MWC Americas 2017 in collaboration with an eNodeB vendor (Radisys)

    • PRB Restriction/Policies
    • Handover
  • Support the xRAN.org’s southbound (v5 as of Sep 2017) and northbound specification.

Release:

You can see the documentation of the released controller and also deploy a simple demo on our project wiki page. 

Contact or get involved with the brigade:

To ask how you can get involved, join the Slack Channel, join the Google group at https://groups.google.com/a/opencord.org/forum/#!forum/brigade-xran or send to mailing list brigade-xran@opencord.org

Weekly meeting:

(Meetings are cancelled until the release of x-ran integration with M-CORD 5.0) Tuesdays @ 11:00AM PDT on meet.google.com/irf-apuk-wbv
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